Right, because those that are “always learning” (title and theme of her former blog) don’t want to discuss or hear about any other interpretations besides those they are committed to. What she means by “always learning” I believe is to always be learning from those who believe exactly the same things as you do.
What’s interesting is several people asked her why the KJV? Her responses:
Seems to be she advocates for the KJV because of how it makes her feeeeeeeeel. “I love it the most” and personally she feels its the best translation, but if other people personally find another translation to be the best they are deleted and not allowed to discuss. No logical or theological basis is given for why she thinks its better, she just loves it so you better love it too. If someone wants to convince me to only read a certain version they have to give a much better reason than “because I love it”. Then there is the comment from Stacey who reiterates how emotional and feelings based women bible translations are for women. She prefers the NKJV, again not for any logical reason, but because it was the first bible her husband bought her and it rekindles warm, fuzzy feelings.